I was inspired to organize my sewing space by this article in Generation Q Magazine. Deep breath, not the way I normally want to spend the few hours I have from children and work, however, I acknowledge that it is valuable to keep my stuff in some semblance of order. After all, maybe I would stop STARTING SO MANY PROJECTS if I was organized and could finish one from start to finish. [I know, who am I kidding, I am a crafting adulteress...but a girl can dream.]
Here are the biggest problem areas...just basically crap everywhere. I tend to move things out of my way when I am in the middle of something But, if it had a "home" then I wouldn't have to waste time moving it now would I?
Logical, and yet attainable?
In my defense, I would like to point out that my "beachfront property" has been pretty free and clear. Now that I have a table solely dedicated to my machine I do my best to keep it clutter free so I don't knock things over in my mad dash to sew a few seams between other things (things = watching children, cooking dinner, cleaning house).
And of course, how best to organize? Um, by getting projects finished...which led to my laying out this almost quilt top. Because - RIIIIIIGHT - that's what I need...another quilt top.
I would kick myself if I wasn't me.
Are you a monogamous WIP-er or not. If not, tell me how you prevent yourself from jumping from one thing to the next???